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"Artnet is the leading resource for the international art market, and the principal platform for art auctions on the Internet."--website. Use Artnet to find images of works of contemporary artists offered through galleries and auctions.
In this new digital platform for catalogues raisonnés of (mostly American) modern artists, Artifex Press has expanded the conception of the comprehensive assessment of an artist’s work, including images, provenance of the artwork, a comprehensive bibliography, an audio and video archive for each artist, and new facets of organizing the corpus. Catalogues raisonnés include: Chuck Close, Agnes Martin, Jim Dine, Tim Hawkinson, Sol Lewitt and James Siena.
ARTstor has over 500,000 high-quality digital images, licensed for educational use, from all periods and world cultures, including architecture, painting, prints, sculpture, photography, decorative arts, and more. Create image groups, download images, and more. Colby login required.
The Bridgeman Education website is an extensive visual image database covering all media (painting, photography, engravings, sculpture, architecture, archaeology and ethnography, history, science and medicine, the decorative arts, artifacts, and applied arts.) It supports the use of high-quality images for teaching, research or reference.
Colby College's multidisciplinary digital image library for teaching and research. Subjects include art, East Asian studies, history, anthropology, American and African-American studies, classics, and other humanities and social sciences-related content.
Images from the Colby College Libraries' Colbiana collection, primarily comprising digitized historical photographs. Highlights include views of Colby's first campus in downtown Waterville, construction of the current campus on Mayflower Hill, depictions of campus life, and the (Gedeon) Picher-Verdiere photo collection of Waterville history.